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The Nazi Hunter: Eli Rosenbaum on Tracking Down the World's Most Wanted Criminals

People of the Pod

05:55 min | 9 months ago

The Nazi Hunter: Eli Rosenbaum on Tracking Down the World's Most Wanted Criminals

"Newly appointed attorney. General merrick garland has said he will renew the justice. Department's focus on the threat of white supremacists. Eli rosenbaum knows a thing or two about ideology for forty years. He has helped the department track down and hold former nazis accountable for their world war. Two crimes a law enforcement role that has earned him. The moniker of nazi hunter. Mr rosenbaum with us now. To talk about that moniker. And that mission mr rosenbaum. Welcome to people love the pod. Thank you great to be waiting. So yes you have been called the nazi hunter. I've seen the show on amazon prime. But what does that term mean in real life. Well it's not an expression. I'm particularly fond of because it suggests that this mission is something other than what it is which is professional law enforcement. We are not engaged in on or anything sort but we have been for four decades now simply investigating and taking legal action against participants in nazi crimes against humanity. Your father escaped nazi germany in nineteen thirty eight. I believe. can you share a little bit. About how your family history inspired this work. Y'all my dad. Got out of germany lived in dresden. His brother and his parents and they managed to get visas to this great country and were able to escape in nineteen thirty eight and the attorney. General merrick garland said in his recent testimony. I think all the time about how the united states saved my family my father graduated high school in newark new jersey and then started paying back the united states by going into the united states army and he was sent to north africa and to europe and served in the third infantry division and then when they realized that they actually needed german speakers they transferred to a psychological warfare branch unit in the us. Army the incident that changed my father's life and had a big impact on the shooter was when he was sent to a concentration camp by his commanding officer to go there in a jeep with two other men to see what the army had found the previous day when they liberated dot com word spread quickly in the region that something terrible was there and my dad's co wanted. Know what it was so my father went when i was fourteen years old and we were driving on the new york state through a blizzard heading north and there was nothing left to listen to the radio. We were talking. And i love hearing. My dad's were stories especially the funny ones. Anybody who serves the military s funny stories about food or whatever and then suddenly you said you know. I was sent dot com the day after its liberation and i though fourteen was a time when there wasn't much said really about the holocaust i knew what it was and i said what did you see and i'm like my father staring out the front window because it's pretty treacherous driving and i don't hear anything from my father and i look over to the driver seat and there i see dad with his eyes glistening their welled with tears in his mouth is open and he's trying to tell me and he couldn't speak and it was the first time i ever saw my cry men of that generation didn't want anyone to see them cry usually and we never did speak about it so my beloved father lived you know into this new century and so many many decades and we did speak about work with frequency when i was home but we never returned to the subject of you say you talked about your work with your father. How did that conversation or the job evolve over. The course of forty years work has changed quite a bit. When i started actually as a summer intern back in nineteen seventy nine. Never imagining that. This would become my life's work. We were overwhelmed with investigations. We had inherited the responsibility from the former immigration and naturalization service after the attorney general took it away from them because they had not succeeded and he's had up this new office the office of special investigations in the justice department criminal division and we had more work than could really keep up with and it turned out in the first few years that the we had inherited that actually had the most merit were ones that were based on tips received directly or indirectly from foreign governments. Which at that time was to say. Mostly the soviet union occasionally another government but generally the the soviet union which had mixed motives in these cases. We started being very proactive within a few years and by the five year point and they're after nearly all of the cases that we could develop to the point of prosecution. We're wants dan. We had initiated on our own and the methodology for that was to task our staff historians. We were the only law enforcement entity in the entire hemisphere that had its own complement of historians. They were the people who could dig for the needles and haystacks and we tasks them with responsibility for keeping an eye open for the surviving remnant of personnel records and other documents that identified perpetrators or perpetrators this. They did with great success. And ultimately we assembled more than seventy thousand names of suspects mostly european also some japanese and we ran each of those names one by one against us immigration records and sometimes other records in an effort to see if we could determine whether any of those people came here assuming they hadn't changed their names

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 11 months ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WTVN

"Appointment. Ohio Health has also filled all their spots for this week. They're still scheduling appointments for the next couple of weeks out. There is also a mechanism in place if there's extra doses, or they have no shows that they would call 80 year olds and older that are on a wait list to come in and that scenario. We don't want to waste any vaccines. But we also want to make sure those vaccines go to the appropriate tear. ABC Sixes Alexis Meow burger reporting there. Those over the age of 80, who do not live in assisted care facilities are next in line that will be followed by those 70. Five and older next week. The list was also opening up to disabled adults and school employees in the weeks ahead. Health and faith leaders are reaching out to community members working to ease any fears regarding the vaccine, especially in minority communities. Ah soldier from northeast Ohio today is accused of trying to help terrorists kill Americans. WNBC in New York is reporting that army private first class 20 year old coal bridges of stones facing charges of material support. For terror and attempting to kill U. S soldiers. That story, originally reported by WNBC in New York Bridges allegedly threatened the 9 11 memorial and plotted to help Isis kill American troops in the Middle East. Bridges is a member of the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia. He allegedly made threats to an FBI undercover agent online. I met Reese. Congressman Jim Jordan says the influx in migrant caravans headed towards the U. S border should have been expected. Theo, Ohio Republicans said today he believes President elect Joe Biden's promises for immigration reform is drawing this crowd of migrants to the southern border. I don't think I don't think it's a surprise at all, I think President Biden soon to be President Biden Indicated that he was going to relax the immigration changes that President Trump couldn't place that I think served our country well. Biden had.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WTVN

"This week. They're still scheduling appointments for the next couple of weeks out. There is also a mechanism in place if there's extra doses, or they have no shows that they would call 80 year olds and older than her on a wait list to come in on that scenario. We don't want to waste any vaccines, but we also want to make sure those vaccines go to the appropriate tear. ABC Sixes Alexis Meow burger reporting there. Those over the age of 80, who do not live in assisted care facilities are next in line that will be followed by those 70. Five and older next week. The list was also opening up to disabled adults and school employees and the weeks ahead. Health and faith leaders are reaching out to community members working to ease any fears regarding the vaccine, especially in minority communities. Ah soldier from northeast Ohio today is accused of trying to help terrorists kill Americans. WNBC in New York is reporting that army private first class 20 year old coal bridges of stones facing charges of material support. For terror and attempting to kill U. S soldiers. That story, originally reported by WNBC in New York Bridges allegedly threatened the 9 11 memorial and plotted to help Isis kill American troops in the Middle East. Bridges is a member of the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia. He allegedly made threats to an FBI undercover agent online. I met Reese. Congressman Jim Jordan says the influx in migrant caravans headed towards the U. S border should have been expected. Theo, Ohio Republicans said today he believes President elect Joe Biden's promises for immigration reform is drawing this crowd of migrants to the southern border. I don't think I don't think it's a surprise at all, I think President Biden soon to.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"A Polk County and that's a sheriff's office deputy has been arrested for making threats related to the violence of the U. S. Capitol. Sheriff Grady Judd is expected to talk about the arrests and provide more details during a 5 P.m. news conference today Deputy was reportedly arrested by the sheriff's office earlier this afternoon. Oh, man, graze on happy about that, man. What the hell is going on? I gotta get some say, love fucking. I guess they've now found what 12. National Guard members who have been removed from the bide inauguration for ties or views that could be tied to the right wing French groups on the U. S soldier has been arrested in a plot to blow up the night. New York City 9 11 Memorial a 20 year old kid. Who is working with the third Infantry Division out of Fort Stewart, Georgia. Things were looking good unity, everybody. It's one of those things where people say it. This is what you see in other third World countries. I mean, Having to bet the military and members of the National Guard to make sure that they're there to be on the right side. I'm just saying it out loud. It's It's something from a movie. And I mean the seat. The scenes that you can look at from Washington, D. C. Yeah, ISAT Wrong to say like I feel like people are freaking out enough. We'll talk about that at 4 30. But no, it's not wrong at all. Just I like to put a positive spin on everything that's said I don't know how you look at stuff like that, without being at least a little bit chilled one. It's also people live there, like, imagine if it were in Florida. It's like, Oh, hey, that looks crazy. Imagine if that's your day You walk out your front door, and it's.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"The morning of January, 24th 1945 near the town of Hussen, France. German forces ferociously counter attack The front left flank of the 7th and 8th infantry Regiment was 600 infantry troops. Six mark tanks and tank destroyer. Smart Six. Thanks sorry. Lieutenant Connor, having recently returned to his unit after recovering from a wound received in an earlier battle was working as the intelligence officer in the third Battalion Command post at the time of the attack. Understanding the devastating effect that the advancing enemy armor could have on the battalion. Lieutenant Connor immediately volunteered to run straight into the heart of the enemy assault to get a position from which he could directly direct rich friendly artillery on advancing enemy forces. With complete disregard for his own safety. Lieutenant Connor maneuvered 400 yards to our enemy artillery fire that destroyed trees in his path and rain shrapnel all around him while unrolling telephone wire needed to communicate with the battalion command post. Upon reaching the battalion's frontline. He continued to move forward on her enemy assault to a position 30 yards in front of the defending United States forces, where he plunged into a shallow ditch that provided minimal protection from the advancing enemies. Heavy machine gun in small arms fire with rounds impacting all around him. Lieutenant Connor calmly directed multiple fire missions adjusting round after round of artillery from his prone position until the enemy was forced to hold his advance and seek cover near it behind a nearby dyke. For three hours. Lieutenant Connor remained in this compromise position and during the repeated onslaught of German infantry, which at one point advance within five yards of his position. As a German as German infantry, regrouped and began to mass in an overwhelming assault. Lieutenant Connor ordered friendly artillery to concentrate directly on his own position, having resolved to die if necessary to destroy the enemy advance. Ignoring the friendly artillery shells, blanketing his position and exploded mere feet from him. Lieutenant Connor continued to direct artillery fire on the enemy assault swarming around him until the German attack was finally broken. His heroism and disregard for his own life. Lieutenant counter Stop the enemy advance the artillery he expertly directed while under constant enemy fire killed approximately 50 German soldiers. And wounded an estimated 100 more preventing what would have undoubtedly been heavy from the casualties. His actions are in keeping with the highest traditions of military service and reflect reflect great credit upon himself, the third Infantry Division The United States Army. Remember what we talked about. Earlier in the show. We opened up the show today talking about.

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The Unravelling 4:  War Party

Jocko Podcast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

The Unravelling 4: War Party

"This is the Jaakko on Raveling podcast episode four. With Daryl, Cooper and me, Jaakko willink. And, we're about to pick up the thread. Of JAAKKO GOING TO WAR I WanNa read something from. Tom ricks book fiasco early part from the earliest part of the invasion because I want to give people an idea of. The fire. You were jumping into in September, October. Two thousand three, so the war started in March. and. The conventional forces the Iraqis the resistance in the cities. Is precisely the match for the US military that you think it is, and we burn through them and. The Third Infantry Division gets up into Baghdad quick. They take the airport they make their thunder runs through the city, and the regime collapses very rapidly. That's in March early April. And this passage is. Referring, to appear now April into May. Quote. Baghdad was falling apart in front of the eyes of the US military with buildings, being looted and parents afraid to let their children outside, but no one had orders to do anything about it. Looking back several years later, Colonel Colonel Allan King the head of Civil Affairs for three ID spoke of April, two thousand, three with slow chilled tone of horror and his voice. I got to Baghdad was told. You've got twenty four hours to come up with a phase four plan. On the night of April eight Colonel John Sterling Chief of staff of three ID came to me, and said I just got off the phone with the court chief of staff, and I asked him for the reconstruction plan, and he said there isn't one so you've got twenty four hours to come up with one. King was stunned. He had been asking for months for just such a plan and had been told that when the time came, he would be given it. Lacking clear orders about what to do once. In Baghdad, the Third Infantry Division more or less stayed in place in the capital. You didn't find many dismounted patrols with three ID recalled J. Garner a retired army general, not one to lightly criticize his old peers. Kind of stayed with their platforms. That is their. And Bradley Fighting Vehicles. On April. Sixth Lieutenant Douglas Hoyt a platoon leader with three. Id saw looters for the first time. I remembered looking through the sights on my tank at people and trying to determine if they were hostile or not, he recalled later. He didn't stop them. It was not our mission at the time. The divisions official actor Action Review. States that. It had no orders to do anything else. Quote. Third Infantry Division transitioned into phase four SASSO. That's a security and stability ops with no plan from higher H. Q. IT reported. There was no guidance for restoring order in Baghdad creating an interim government, hiring government and essential services, employees, and ensuring that the judicial system was operational. The result was. A power and authority vacuum created by our failure to immediately replace key government institutions. The president announced that our national goal was regime change. This is still reading from the thirty report. That our national goal was regime change yet. There was no timely plan prepared for the obvious consequences of regime change. As a matter of law and fact, the United States is an occupying power in Iraq even if we characterize ourselves as liberators. Because of the refusal to acknowledge our occupier, status commanders did not initially take measures available to occupying powers such as imposing curfews, directing civilians to return to work and controlling the local government in populous. The failure to act after we displaced the regime creating a power vacuum, which others immediately tried to fill. Now. I. Know that War is very confusing. Thing and nobody has a plan after the first punch thrown the fight. There were. Some decisions made in the earliest days of this war that I find pretty inexplicable specifically because they went against the advice of the military and the intelligence establishment, and they were made seemingly for ideological and political. L. Paul Bremmer he was the civilian who was. Sent over to head the Coalition Provisional Authority the CPA the civilian authority structure in Iraq.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on H-Hour: A Sniper's Podcast

"I deployed with a ground ambulance medical company. I was a platoon leader back in the early days my officer career and we went to spyker Iraq and supported the the headquarters of the Third Infantry Division So it was kind of an interesting experience. I was a paramedic on the civilian side when I was a civilian before joining the army and I actually got my bachelor's degrees emergency medicine one of those things where I kind of God a degree I thought I would never really apply it my life and then years later I was down and said you're basically in the city six thousand people you now to run the whole emergency response center so it was just kind of serendipity where I can say oh I actually have a degree that I never thought used for this purpose so good a cop spider Cobb comes strike us by spike and that was that was not someone in to create a reason before about an I knew the name of it because I used to do in Iraq and left Isis took over the place when I was out that it was it was being defended I think the Iraqis were controlling their Iraqi army and then isis going to run up because to create is Saddam Hussein's hometown right. Yes but not basis not popular. When you were. There wasn't too bad of a face of either. Be In because well you've been on the ground that that base territorial wise is so massive. We used to joke when we got mortared because the buildings are so far apart that you almost never had a chance of hitting anyone just because there's miles and miles between people so it was kind of a nice base beyond that regard so it wasn't like it was about seven miles round right some of them. Yes yes it's huge.

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3 soldiers killed and 3 others injured in training accident in Georgia

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

3 soldiers killed and 3 others injured in training accident in Georgia

"Three US soldiers were killed today in a training accident and an army base in Georgia three others are injured Georgia public broadcasting's Emily Jones reports the accident happened at fort Stewart near Savannah Georgia the Bradley fighting vehicle the soldiers were in was involved in a training accident according to a statement from the third infantry division three were pronounced dead at the scene three others were taken to an army hospital their names and further details about what happened have not been released the incident is under

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"third infantry division" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Fox News. That's how New York's governor describes what happened today at the West Point military academy, where briefings being held. Fox's Grenell Scott has this live the investigation into what led to the summer training, exercise accident that killed one cadet and hurt. Twenty two others early this morning continues. A tweet from West Point said it was a light medium, tactical vehicle that overturned according to the West Point website. The camp natural bridge site where this accident happened was, we're training by the third infantry division out of Fort Benning, Georgia was being held conditions of the injured of not been released nor has the identity of the cadet killed President Trump tweeting moments ago, we mourn, the loss of life and pray for the injured, Lisa. Thanks colonel. Governor Andrew Cuomo calling the crash all the more heart-wrenching on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day tributes on both sides of the Atlantic true memorial to the Bedford boys and all the courageous Americans who charged the beach. Of france. Seventy five years ago today is our freedom, the freedom, they fought and sacrificed so much to defend president of the national d day memorial in Bedford Virginia more talks with Mexico on tariffs. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in DC, Lisa President Trump says he's serious about hitting Mexico with tariffs. Even that's a delegation from the country is in Washington, trying to come to an agreement dramatic could happen with Dulbecco the tariffs go on. How speaker Nancy Pelosi Kalsa tariffs. Dangerous territory is not a way to treat a friend. It's not a way to deal with immigration. It's not a way to deal a meet the humanitarian needs at the border. Mexico's foreign minister says he's optimistic a deal can be reached before the Monday deadline. Lisa, thanks, Rachel on Wall Street, stocks turning higher for now. The Dow's up eighty.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Six one FM talk radio station training accident only sobriety, Fox News. That's how New York's governor describes what happened today at the West Point. Miller. Terry academy where briefings being held. Fox's Grenell Scott has this live investigation into what led to the summer training, exercise accident that killed one cadet and hurt. Twenty two others early this morning continues. A tweet from West Point said it was a light medium, tactical vehicle that overturned according to the West Point website. The camp natural bridge site where this accident happened was where training by the third infantry division out of Fort Benning, Georgia was being held conditions of the injured of not been released nor has the identity of the cadet killed President Trump tweeting moments ago, we mourn, the loss of life and pray for the injured. Lisa cornel. Governor Andrew Cuomo calling the crash all the more heart-wrenching on the seventy fifth anniversary of d day tributes on both sides of the Atlantic true memorial to the Bedford boys and all the courageous Americans who charged the beaches of France, seventy five years ago today is our freedom, the freedom, they fought and sacrificed. So much to defend president pants at the national day memorial in Bedford Virginia more talks with Mexico on tariffs. Fox's Rachel Sutherland live in DC, Lisa President Trump says he's serious about hitting Mexico with tariffs even that's delegation. From the country is in Washington, trying to come to an agreement with Mexico, the tariffs, go on speaker, Nancy Pelosi Kalsa tariffs. Dangerous territory is not a way to treat a friend. It's not a way to deal.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Some talking about Baltimore and get to tweets like this. Why can't have social media? The Baltimore being held hostage right there. Technology held hostage someone gone in there with malware to their computer system. We want eighty thousand dollars, we're not paying it's costing eighteen million dollars to replace. I'm going to be like, well maybe the thousand dollars was better economics. No never given terrorists. Never never never never never conference of mayors putting together a piece a letter saying that they won't give in. I think that's the right move. I applaud it Mike on Twitter. I actually bat on Baltimore for not protecting themselves from the, the rent somewhere in the first place. I guess I don't know if he meant to save rent, but I guess protecting themselves from being a, you know, sabotage and this way it happens. It happens. Does it? Mean did they find a flaw in the system doesn't mean they could do more? Sure. But these things do happen to have in a hospital groups, they haven't they've got security. These things happen. I don't wanna sit here from the quick and scream at them. Here's another one Baltimore. Cops carry around toy guns to plan done teens, they shoot the government can burned to the ground now that actually did happen. There's a thing in five. Cops arrested couple years ago for this, and they would find somebody was dealing drugs, instead of arresting them they take them back to their house, their that whatever it is. And then take the drugs. Men like they should make movie crazy. You're not getting me to cheer that stuff. Standing up to terrorists, I cheer. That's kind of what I do. And I don't see why the rest of us wouldn't Tony cats Tony cats today. Eight three three Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. This was Pete Buddha. Judge at his town hall. Now, this is the part that people are focusing on, which is pretty interesting because what people to judge said was talking about guns and talking about firearms. Here's part of what he said. I've got a couple antique rifles. I brought back Afghanistan. You couldn't fire him if you tried. I don't know how you go about registering those. We're not a regular guy around per. He's talking about a gun, registering, and I oppose the idea of gun registry. Government doesn't need to know any more than they already know government registry is about control. It isn't about safety. It isn't about safety. This is a lie. It's about control. And it sure as heck doesn't do anything about criminals with firearms and that people to judge the mayor south bend wants a gun registry is just another in a long line of examples of exactly how. Hard edged left. He really is. He comes across like a moderate. That's a Dorrell. But he is Bernie Sanders. He is Elizabeth Warren he is commonly Harris. There is no daylight. Then he's a nicer rapper dude. It's rotten candy. That's the problem. The bigger problem is that he said he brought back home. Some rifles now. I don't know whether he got it cleared. I don't know what kind of rifles they were. United States Department of defense. Article from American forces press service Washington, December eleventh two thousand three headline no war trophies allowed from Iraq, Afghanistan first sentence. Do not even think about bringing back the United States worth trophies from your service in Iraq and Afghanistan. With about one hundred and forty thousand American service members due to rotate out of Iraq and Afghanistan. US central command officials are very clear that servicemembers cannot bring home weapons ammunition and other prohibited. Items a few soldiers of the third infantry division understand how serious the command is some soldiers tried to smuggle weapons, back from Baghdad and they have gone through courts-martial. That's the plural of court. Martial is courts-martial, the plural of attorney general is attorneys general just so we know others received article fifteen administrative punishments, according to Major Robert Resnick, army lawyer at Fort Stewart, Georgia. There's a whole spectrum of punishments, depending on the severity of the offence that policy has been put out at the time by General John Abbas. It you commander of US Centcom. I don't know. Don't don't ask me what this might mean for people that are just there could be another DOD article that says just kidding. Deal. Now. I'm curious, I'll be curious to see if the fence Marvin. Does anything if he is indeed in some level of violation. Let me move onto Jesse small who is the punk. You thought he was the guy who lied about being attacked and Chicago while he held onto a subway tennis sandwich. I mean I got him in tuna fish. But if I'm getting beat up by two guys, I don't know if I hold onto it. News put around his neck, he stayed the whole thing paid for the whole thing. That's exactly who he is. Staged paid for the whole thing. Well, the case was, of course thrown out. The case was thrown out by FOX, the state's attorney she herself should probably go to jail. The records were sealed. We had police officers, they had the whole thing lined up. They knew they believed he was guilty. They believe they had a may was a conspiracy. The, the, the move to try and get more money out of the TV show empire. All of a sudden, no charges and everything sealed, what the heck is this? Well the records have now been unsealed Embiid by bit. People are going through them. Sixteen felony counts disorderly conduct the investigation concluded that small pay the two brothers, the two Nigerian brothers that he employed from time to time as physical trainers. And. They were also his drug source. Asking if either one of them had a connection for some good. Molly. Right. So I think Molly ecstasy. I'm not perfect on my drugs. People. And that he, they that he used then Mohan pay pal for ecstasy cocaine and marijuana in the days leading up to the stage attack this according to.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One of the things. I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with fake hate crimes. I think my favorite aspect of of the modern world. I love it. It's great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet and to pay these guys full thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violent city in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He's has he's got to pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten jussie smollet up for two hundred bucks tops. There's people that beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweet cold, I think, it's Dave del Favalora toxic. Pouncing miscue Lindsay says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I mentioned about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails in September as the financial year draws people think the military budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever, and it doesn't quite work out lie that they're having to spend it on crat two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS last redoubt in Syria and this guy pounding pouncing masculinity. Dave del Favalora says you really against soldiers getting a nice mail in the mess hall once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in combat zone you seriously deluded. I one of the things that is most imprint America accounts. I think for something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about crossed the Iraqi the Jordan Iraq border in my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a data. No it wasn't. It wasn't a great car. But then I didn't tell the guy was taking I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think the insurance covered that, but I was driving through the western desert. I e because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice chaps and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk to about a month after the full this, Adam they had these Emory's which a called meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals, whatever they're ready for it is to eat, and I am evermore United the old line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on Emory's they that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they've been nice chaps the third infantry division all the restaurant. And then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British were running. And I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders said like sculpture regimen. They walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels in skirts before. And they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this guy southern Highland gallon? Sutherland highlanders had what this tweet calls MS whole. They had a mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food. Even real army food is better than these M are is and I'm not in. I not posed to the Pentagon suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field. And so they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is. My view it. And if you want to disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before the before the show is app today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Steven your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh. Can you hear me? Yes, again, and Stephen, no, usually one stuff shifts over from just listening volume changes. So I didn't know whether you actually heard me I call because I'm afraid that Mr. Limbaugh has been misled as as most of the American public by various news media with regards to well, he was talking about the millennials wanting to leave the earth single and go to Mars and so forth and so on because warming, and unfortunately, well, let me set the table. I I in the nineteen sixties. I worked at the Marshall space Flight Center for the Chrysler space division. I know a little bit something about that. Okay. Unfortunately, all of the popular stations that have come out have been very bad. I not think any millennial who knows anything about space technology would even think that anybody who's going to go to the moon or Mars to get away. Primarily. The bureaucrats running this. Now, have you ever heard something called the gateway concept? No, what's that? The gateway concept. What is that? The gateway concept is some. Say less less than bright priests. People are proposing putting a international space station type satellite orbiting the moon, and that's supposed to be the way that we all from the earth. Tomorrow's any other planets. Okay. Okay. And it's it's a crazy thing. Something put together by bureaucrat, they know nothing about orbital mechanics. I know nothing about the technologies involved in all this stuff. But they're selling this junk to the public. So the idea is that it would be like a base camp on Mount Everest. You have it there at the moon, and from there you go tomorrow afternoon at the moon would make sense, but they are orbiting the moon with the space station. Okay. Which is which is twice as difficult is just going to the moon and setting up a base their base on the moon would give you tremendous scientific. Station. For example, you could put up all kinds of physics instrumentation. I could go on forever on. Oh. Yeah. But but the point is that all the stuff that is being sold right now, primarily by the media is is junk science and once once people discover this after probably appropriating tons of money for it. And it just gonna cut it off like they do follow project. Well, that's that's very interesting. Stephen, I don't even know whether that looms in millennial imaginations the way it did for kids fifty and sixty years ago, where the idea of the space man, the the astronauts, it it it was something that figured very much in the Hume not just in child's imagination the human imagination. And there is a lot of thought I think that that original moon landing was the kind of peak of human capacity in the in the way, you can't. Imagine pulling off something like that anymore. I don't actually think I think one of the consequences. In fact, actually, I I'll make a generalization, hey, which may be a bit of an over generalization. But I'll go for it that that. In fact, big one consequence of social media, the internet computers, and all that is that people's imagination is turned in on themselves. So that where once you had little boys who dreamed of being a space man and going up in the space rocket and going to the moon. And now we have little boys who turned in on themselves and thinking about their identity and dreaming of becoming little girls and competing in the Connecticut state track championships in Connecticut as a young girl, so as a general proposition, I think people's imaginations have actually been turned in and become solid cystic, a narcissistic navel-gazing as a result of computers and social. All that's my generalization of the day. All generalizations a bad as they say. So take this one for what it's worth Mark.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

09:21 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with fake hate crimes. I think my favorite aspect of of the modern world. I love it. It's a great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet and to pay these guys full thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violence in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He's has he's got to pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten jussie smollet up for two hundred bucks tops, this low people that beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweet cold, I think it's day. Dave del Favalora toxic. Pouncing miscue Lindsay says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I'm engined about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails in September as the financial year draws people think the military budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever, and it doesn't quite work out like that having to spend it on crat two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS is last redoubt in Syria. And this guy took sick pounding pouncing. Mosquito Lynn ity Dave del favelas says you really against soldiers getting a nice meal in the missile once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in a combat zone you seriously deluded. I one of the things that is most impressive America accounts. I think for something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about close the Iraqi Jordan Iraq border. In my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a dachshund or Sunday. It wasn't. It wasn't a great car. But then I didn't tell the guy was taking I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think the insurance covered that, but I was driving through the western desert. The I k because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice chaps and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk about a month after the fullest, Adam they had these Emory's. Which a cold meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals, whatever they ready for it is to eat, and I am evermore United the line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on are is that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they nice chaps the third infantry division all the restaurant, and then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British were running, and I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders like sculpture, regiment, they walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels in Scott's before. And they they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this guy southern Highland gallon? Sutherland highlanders, had what the street calls a mess whole. They had. A mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food even real army food is better than these m. And I'm not in. I'm not opposed to the Pentagon, suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field in. So they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is my view. And and if you want to disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before before the show out today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Steven your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh, good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes. Again, Loudon as Stephen no. Usually when stuff shifts over from just listening, the volume changes. So I didn't know whether you actually heard me I called because I'm afraid Mr. Limbaugh has been misled as as most in the American public by various news media with regards to well, he was talking about the you blend hills wanting to leave the earth and go to Mars and so forth and so on because warming, and unfortunately, well, let me set the table. I I in the nineteen sixties I worked at the Marshall space Flight Center for the Chrysler space division. I know a little bit something about that. Okay. Unfortunately, all of the popular stations that have come out have been very bad. I did not think any millennial who knows anything about space technology would even think that anybody who's going to go to the moon or Mars to get away. Primarily the bureaucrats are running this. Now, have you ever heard something called the gateway concept know whoops that the gateway concept? What is that? The gateway concept is some say less less than bright people are proposing putting an international space station type satellite orbiting the moon, and that's supposed to be the way that we owe from the earth. Tomorrow's and the other point. That's okay. Okay. And it's it's a crazy thing. Something put together by bureaucrat, they know nothing about orbital mechanics. I know nothing about the technologies involved in all this stuff, but they're selling junk to the public. So the idea is that it would be like a base camp on Mount Everest. You have it there at the moon, and from there, you go to Mars not afternoon at the moon would make sense, but they are orbiting the moon with the space station. Okay. Which is which is. Has twice as difficult is just going to the moon and setting up a base their base on the moon would give you tremendous scientific. Station. For example, you could put up all kinds of physics instrumentation. I could go on forever on. Now, I understand that. But but the point is that all the stuff that is being sold right now. Primarily by the media is is junk science and once once people discover this after probably appropriating funds the money for it. Then they're just going to cut it off like they do Nevada project. Well, that's that's very interesting as Stephen I don't even know whether that looms in millennial imaginations the way it did for kids fifty and sixty years ago, where the idea of the space man, the the astronauts, it it it was something that figured very much in the human and not just in child's imagination the human imagination. And there's a lot of thought I think that that original moon landing was the kind of peak of human capacity in the in the way, you can't quite imagine us pulling off something like that anymore. I don't actually think I think one of the consequences. In fact, actually, I I'll make a generalization, hey, which may be a bit of an over generalization. But I'll go for it that that. In fact, big one consequence of social media, the internet computers, and all that is that people's imagination is turned in on themselves. So that where once you had little boys who dreamed of being a space man and going up in the space rocket and going to the moon. And now we have little boys who attend in on themselves and thinking about their identity and dreaming of becoming little girls and competing in the Connecticut state track championships in Connecticut as a young go. So as a general proposition, I think people's imaginations have actually been turned in and become solid cystic, narcissistic and navel-gazing as a result of computers and social media, and all that's my generalization of the day all generalizations about as they say. So take this one for what it's worth. Mark signed for rush. Open line Friday continues in a moment. You're listening to the network..

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"third infantry division" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with fake hate crimes. I think my favorite aspect of of the. Modern world. I love it. It's a great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet and to pay these guys four thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violence in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He's has he's got to pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten jussie smollet up for two hundred bucks hopes this low people I beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweet cold, I think, it's Dave del Favalora toxic pouncing miscue Lindsay says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I mentioned about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails. In September as the financial year droll sense. So people think the military budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever, and it doesn't quite work out lie that they're having to spend it on crat two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS last redoubt in Syria. And this guy took sick pounding pouncing masculinity. Dave del Favalora says you really against soldiers getting a nice mail in the hall once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in a combat zone. You seriously deluded? I one of the things that is most impressive America accounts. I think for something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about close the Iraqi the Jordan Iraq border in my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a data. Sonora Sunday was no wasn't a great car. But then I didn't tell the guy was taking I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think the insurance covered that. But I was driving through the western desert. I k- because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice chaps and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk about a month after the fullest, Adam they had these Emory's which are called meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals, whatever they ready for it is to eat, and I am evermore the line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on 'em. Are they that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they've been nice chaps third infantry division all the restaurant. And then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British were running. And I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders like sculpture, regiment, they walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels and skirts before. And they they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this guy southern Highland gallon? Sutherland highlanders, had what this tweet calls mess. Whole. They had a mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food. Even real army food is better than these Emory's. And I'm not in. I am not opposed to the Pentagon suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field in. So they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is. Is my view on it. And if you want to disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before before the show is out today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Stephen your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh, good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes. Again, loudon. Stephen, no, usually one stuck shifts over from just listening volume changes. So I didn't know whether you actually heard me I called because I'm afraid that Mr. Limbaugh has been misled as as most of the American public by various news media with regards to well, he was talking about the millennials wanting to leave the earth and go to Mars and so forth and so on because warming, and unfortunately, well, let me set the table. I I in the nineteen sixty s I worked at the Marshall space Flight Center for the Chrysler space division. I know a little bit something about that. Okay. Unfortunately, all of the popular stations that have come out have been very bad. I do not think any millennial who knows anything about space technology would even think that anybody who's going go to the moon ours to get away. Primarily the bureaucrats are running this. Now, have you ever heard something called the gateway concept? No whoops that the gateway comes. What is that? The gay concept is some. Say less less than bright predispo- are proposing. Putting a international space station type satellite orbiting the moon, and that's supposed to be the way that we all from the earth. Tomorrow's and the other planets, okay. Okay. It's it's a crazy thing. Something put together by bureaucrat, they know nothing about orbital mechanics. They know nothing about the technologies involved in all this stuff, but they're selling junk to the public. So the idea is that it would be like a base camp on Mount Everest. You have it at the moon, and from there you go to Mars afternoon at the moon would make sense. But there orbiting the moon with the space station. Okay. Which is which is twice as difficult as just going to the moon and setting up a base their base on the moon. We'll give you tremendous scientific. Test station, for example, you could put up all kinds of physics instrumentation. I could go on forever on. Oh now, I understand that. But. But the point is that all the stuff that is being sold right now. Primarily by the media is is junk science and once once people discover this after probably appropriating tons of money for it. Then they're just going to cut it off like they do the project. Well, that's that's very interesting. Stephen, I don't even know whether that looms in millennial imaginations the way it did for kids fifty and sixty years ago, where the idea of the space man, the the astronauts, it it it was something that figured very much in the Hume not just in child's imagination the human imagination. And there is a lot of thought I think that that original moon landing. Was kind of peak of human capacity in the in the way, you can't quite imagine us pulling off something like that anymore. I don't actually think I think one of the consequences. In fact, actually, I I'll make a generalization which may be a bit of an over generalization. But I'll go for it that that. In fact, big one consequence of social media, the internet computers, and all that is that people's imagination is turned in on themselves. So that where once you had little boys who dreamed of being a space man and going up in the space rocket and going to the moon. And now we have little boys who attend in on themselves and thinking about their identity and dreaming of becoming little girls and competing in the Connecticut state track championships in Connecticut as a young girl, so as a general proposition, I think people's imaginations have actually been turned in and become solipsism. Nasice thick a navel-gazing as result of computers and social media, and all that's my generalization of the day. All generalizations a bad as they say. So take this one for what it's worth Mark signed for rush. Open line Friday continues in a moment. You're listening to the network. The.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with fake hate crimes. I think my favorite aspects of of the modern world, I love it. It's a great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet and to pay these guys four thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violence in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He's has he's got to pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten Jesse small enough for two hundred bucks tops. This lumpy beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweeter cold, I think it's Dave del Favalora toxic. Pouncing miscue Lindsay says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I mentioned about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails in September as the financial year sound so people think the military budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever, and it doesn't quite work out lie that they're having to spend it on crack two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS last redoubt in Syria and this guy pounding pouncing masculinity. Dave del Favalora says you really against soldiers. Getting a nice meal in the Masol once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in a combat zone. You seriously diluted? I one of the things that is most impre America accounts. I think there's something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about close the Iraqi Jordan Iraq border in my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a data. No. It wasn't wasn't a great cow. But then I didn't tell the guy was taking I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think it showed discovered that, but I was driving through the western desert. The I k because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice chaps and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk about a month after the full this Adam they had these Emory's which a cold meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals whatever they ready for it is to eat. And I am ever-more, you know, the line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on 'em. Are is that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they've been nice chaps that infantry division investment. And then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British were running. And I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders like Scotts regimen. They walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels and Scott's before and they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this guy southern Highland gallon, Sutherland highlanders, had what this tweeter calls, a mess. Whole. They had a mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food. Even real army food is better than these Emory's. And I'm not in. I I'm not opposed to the Pentagon, suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field. And so they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is. Is my view it. And if you want to disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before before the show is out today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Stephen your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh, good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes. Again, loudon..

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"third infantry division" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on WJR 760

"I I love the way. I love the fake outrage along with hate crimes. I think that my favorite aspect of of the modern world. I love it. It's a great. It's a great thing, by the way, jussie smollet. And to pay these guys full thousand dollars to beat him up in the most violence in America. He's the only guy who can't get violently attacked. He's has he's got pay big bucks to do it. It's it's why we need so many immigrants to come here. I came across the border, basically because I was hoping some big shot Hollywood celebrity would give me. Well, I would I would have beaten jussie smollet up for two hundred bucks tops. This lumpy beat up for free. But the fake hate crimes are second only to the fake outrage. And this tweet cold, I think, it's Dave del Favalora toxic pouncing miscue. Liberty says Mark Stein online. I this is this is in reference to the thing. I mentioned about twenty minutes ago with the Pentagon spending two point three million dollars on crabs and two point three million dollars on lobster tails in September as the financial year Roseanne people think the military. Budget is being increased so we can drone more people in Syria, or whatever. And it doesn't quite work out live at having to spend it on cra- two point three million dollars worth of crabs. So they can drop two point three million dollars worth of crabs on ISIS last redoubt in Syria, and this guy toxic pounding pouncing masculinity. Dave del Favalora says you really again soldiers getting a nice meal in the Masol once a month. Shame on you. You're kidding yourself. If you think a single one of those crabs is reaching an American soldier in a combat zone. You seriously deluded? I one of the things that is most imprint America accounts. I think for something like forty percent of the planet's military spending more than all major powers combined more than Russia. China France, the United Kingdom, Germany all of them combined. And you would think full that they could have like a food budget. When when I was in Iraq about close the Iraqi Jordan Iraq border in my crummy, little rental car. A I think it was a dachshund or it was no wasn't a great cab. But then I didn't tell the guy was taking I rented it in Jordan and didn't tell the guy I was taking it to Iraq. Because I don't think they've showed discovered that, but I was driving through the western desert. The I came because the third infantry division, and they would like jolly nice champs and all the rest of it and very interesting to talk to about a month after the fullest, Adam they had these Emory's which are called meals ready to eat, and that is a misnomer, those meals, whatever they ready for it is to eat, and I am evermore the know the old line and army marches on its stomach. I am amazed that any army can March on are as they that is that is not food whatever that thing is it's not food and a little later. So they they've been nice chaps, the third infantry division all the restaurant, and then I went down to the southern sector of Iraq, which the British where running. And I ran into the Argyll and Sutherland highlanders, like Scots, regiment, they walk down the streets of Iraqi towns in kilts scare the life out of the Iraqi men because they've never seen the infidels and Scott's before and they they think oh my God. It's an army of Chelsea Manning's. What the hell is this guy southern Highland so gallon, Sutherland highlanders, had what this tweeter calls, a mess. Whole. They had a mess hall with real food. Tell you something real food. Even real army food is better than these Emory's. And I'm not in I not opposed to the Pentagon, suddenly deciding it needs to spend money on food, but it should spend money on food for the soldiers in the field. And so they don't have to eat those rotten Emory's rather than buying crab for parade generals in the Pentagon that is. In my view on it. And if you wanna disagree, you're free to disagree and get your word in before they before the show is out today. Hey, let's go to Steven in Tampa, Florida. Steven your live on America's number one radio show. Great w with us. Oh, good afternoon. Can you hear me? Yes. Again, Loudon, Stephen even know usually one stuff shifts over from just listening volume changes. So I didn't know whether you actually heard me I call because I'm afraid that Mr. Limbaugh has been misled as as most of the American public by the various news media with regards to well, he was talking about the boy kneels wanting to leave the earth single and go to Mars and so forth and so on because warming, and unfortunately, well, let me set the table. I I in the nineteen sixties. I worked at the Marshall space Flight Center for the Chrysler space division. I know a little bit something about that. Okay. Unfortunately, all of the popular is that have come out have been very bad. I did not think any millennial who knows anything about space technology would even think that anybody who's going to go to the moon or Mars to get away primarily the bureaucrats are running this. Now, have you ever heard something called the gateway concept? No whoops that the gateway concept. What is that? The gateway concept is some. What say less less than bright priests? People are proposing putting an international space station type satellite orbiting the moon. And that's supposed to be the way that we owe from the earth to Mars and any other planets. Okay. Okay. It's it's a crazy thing. Something put together by bureaucrat, they know nothing about orbital mechanics. I know nothing about the technologies involved in all this stuff, but they're selling junk to the public. So the idea is that it would be like a base camp on Mount Everest. You have it there at the moon, and from there you go to Mars not at the moon at the moon would make sense, but they are orbiting the moon with the space station. Okay. Which is which is twice as difficult as just going to the moon and setting up a base their base on the moon would give you tremendous scientific. Testee Shen, for example, you could put up all kinds of physics instrumentation. I could go on forever on. Oh, no. I understand that. But but the point is that all the stuff that is being sold right now, primarily by the media is is junk science and once once people discover this after probably appropriating tons of money for it. And they're just going to cut it off like they do the project. Well, that's that's very interesting. Stephen, I don't even know whether that looms in millennial imaginations the way it did for kids fifty and sixty years ago, where the idea of the space man, the the astronauts, it it it was something that figured very much in the Hume and not just in child's imagination the human imagination. And there is a lot of thought I think that that original moon landing was the kind of peak of human capacity in the in the way, you can't. Quite imagine pulling off something like that anymore. I don't actually think I think one of the consequences. In fact, actually, I I'll make a generalization which may be a bit of an over generalization. But I'll go for it that that. In fact, big one consequence of social media, the internet computers, and all that is that people's imagination is turned in on themselves. So that where once you had little boys who dreamed of being a space man and going up in the space rocket and going to the moon. And now, we have little boys who are turned in on themselves and thinking about their identity and dreaming of becoming little girls and competing in the Connecticut state track championships in Connecticut as a young girl, so as a general proposition, I think people's imaginations have actually been turned in and become solid cystic, narcissistic, a navel-gazing as a result of computers and social. Media and all that that's my generalization of the day. All generalizations a bad as they say. So take this one for what it's worth Mark signed for rush. Open line Friday continues in a moment. You're listening to the network. We're.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:28 min | 3 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Three in the air to problems actually to warn you about one of the others agers. I the west on the ground the tears walked through parts looked in cars Taft, tenth and basically wolf people on your neighborhood, west LA Rix, KFI news, KFI and iheartradio station. Forty. More stimulating talk. It is an Arctic replace Brian Simpson here until eleven and we will continue keeping you updated about mandatory evacuations from the holy fire. And then the level of flood stage of Ventura river and more as this second of three storm systems has passed the Southland. But in many cases, the water is still running downhill and adding to the I saw the LA river driving up from solarmax from riverside today as I came into Burbank the LA river and a number to say to hunger river river. Joins right there. The I five one thousand four split. And I mean it looked like the Rio Grande. I mean, just absolutely amazing. And that's the reason that we have those re they used to actually not be lined concrete rivers, and they washed out that area of on the back side of the Hollywood sign, but anyway, back to Audie Murphy. So where were we he joins the third infantry division? He's tiny. They make him a runner. He still manages. I'm Sicily to kill two Italian officers as a runner he starts leading patrols killing Germans. But taking prisoners they land on mainland Italy. And he's in many many engagements, but a feature a salient feature about Audie Murphy. The infantry leader is how whatever he led guys he always took prisoners, even after surrendering Germans shot dead, his best friend, and he clears out the. This building in in August, nineteen forty four. It kills six Germans and takes eleven prisoner. So they are in southern France, the corresponding invasion to southern France about a month after d day. Murphy's. First purple heart was a mortar shell to the heel. And he refused. Evacuation. He also again, remember he's been battling malaria since Sicily probably had malaria and didn't go to the hospital January of nineteen forty four. He goes into the hospital gets out seven days later, which you don't do with malaria. He then fights all February with malaria wins. Another silver star in mid March goes back in the hospital with his malaria and then comes out for for Anzio. Then the US army invades southern France. And so now we're in October of nineteen forty four. September october. Audie Murphy's first silver star came after he killed four and wounded three at a German machine gun position on the second of October is about to be battlefield commission. Three days later. Murphy, crawled alone towards the Germans at the French city of law may carrying a radio and directing his men for an hour, while the Germans fired directly at him. When the men finally took the hill there were fifteen Germans dead and thirty five wounded prisoners Murphy's actions earned him. A bronze oak leaf cluster for his first I over silver star. Sorry. So, unfortunately, he's given a battlefield commission which elevated empty platoon leader, he still didn't transfer. It was the policy of the US army that if you're commissioned as an officer. You you go to a different unit. You can't serve in the unit that you were just an enlisted, man. Well, the personnel situation was so bad by October of nineteen forty four that they waived that rule so the allowed Lieutenant Murphy to remain. Main with the guys who saw him get off the boat as a as a skinny private in January nineteen forty-three and become a messenger. He's now they're platoon leader, except he's a different guy. They know that they're following, you know, Thor or Hector that this guy's a different guy. And he's the best combat leader that anybody had ever seen or existed in that in that battalion of the fifteenth infantry infantry regiment, so he's immediately back into the fire on fourteen October in route to a different city of I'm not going to try to pronounce it. He was attacked by a German sniper group, he captured two German snipers before being shot in the head by a sniper. He returned fire and shot the sniper between the is at the third General Hospital. They found that the wound in his hip had gone gangrenous, it it. It got infected so they had to debris about a pound of flesh out of his hip because he got gangrene this is from the German Mauser seven point nine millimeter bullet caused it. This also resulted in a partial loss of hip muscle. And it kept him out of combat until January of nineteen forty five. So let's catch up now with our guy. He he's been battling malaria now for one year probably more than a year. Now, he's been shot in the head and the wound went gangrenous. So they had to debris a whole bunch of viable flesh around the gangrene so him back up and the thing. I haven't told you yet and thing the movie doesn't say about Audie Murphy's at any of these points. He could have he could have taken evacuation back to England which would have taken back to the United States at every one of these points. You wanted to be returned to his unit as quickly as possible? And there are rumors that in several cases, he was declared a wall because he left on his own volition and return. Back to his unit and that had he not won the medal of honor e very possibly might have been you see him. Jay, it might have been court martialed for this. So that's not likely. So now, it's January of nineteen Forty-five. So that's why we're talking about this January of nineteen two thousand nineteen. So now Audie Murphy all hundred and thirty eight pounds of him is walking with malaria and part of his hip has been removed. He runs and walks with a limp because he had gangrene in his hip, and they're in an area of southern France facing, the German border called the Colmar pocket. So the Komar pocket was in the Vosges mountains had been held by the Germans since November nineteen forty four. On fourteen January. He rejoined his platoon after they sewed up the gangrene in his leg. After removing it and re reassumed command of his platoon, b company first battalion fifteenth infantry so on twenty four January they moved to the town of of halts veer where they face a strong, German counterattack. He he's now wounded in both legs on twenty four January. He received a second a Oakley. I his purple heart that was his third wound as the company awaited reinforcements, he was made commander of Bravo company. He's now nineteen years old. He's had malaria gangrene the whole deal. It's the twenty six January. He's been hit in both legs. And what does he get? He gets promoted to company commander. He's now a first Lieutenant company commander, and we haven't even got to the part where he won the medal of honor yet. So the medal of honor action when we return the extended history of Audie Murphy on this week. In nineteen forty five the action that gave him that that gave him the award of medal of honor. Right after this with the latest on the storms and the flooding and the river rising, it's a dark secret place. KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk. Here's Michael should pay with the news some mandatory evacuation orders for some of the areas of the recent burn zones in Malibu category hills have been lifted tonight. Evacuation orders also lifted for parts of Riverside.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"AM six forty I heart radio station. The dark secret place in Houston here until eleven we were talking about Audie Murphy who this this week in nineteen forty five. This was the week that the the action that awarded him the medal of honor took place, but the the pre history up to that point is all the more remarkable. And almost as remarkable is that the horrible movie to Helen back. Starring Audie Murphy doesn't cover nearly half the stuff that that already. Murphy a went through string of going through continue listening to KFI for the latest for evacuations. To a river possibly over flood stage. We'll update you their second of three storm systems come through so Cal. So Audie Murphy is in in Morocco with the third infantry division. He is assigned because when against series a tiny guy, and they say, well, you're going to be a runner because of course in World War Two while radios were were down at the platoon and company level. It was much more reliable because air extremely short range. If you needed to get a message back to your battalion, the best thing to do was to get the smallest fastest guy because he's a small target and physically give him a message and tell him to get back to battalion with that message and come back with the answer. So he was a runner. The third infantry division was part of the invasion of Sicily and on ten July nineteen forty-three in the licotta, Sicily. Murphy had been assigned as a third infantry division division level runner. So he would be taking extremely important messages from the division headquarters down to different regiments in his case, see fifteenth infantry, regiment, he was the guy he was the conduit between his regimen and third infantry division during one of these runs he spotted two fleeing Italian officers near of Coty and he killed them and witness Assam kill him. And he killed them from a distance with his rifle, and that began the reputation of Audie Murphy that little Texan with that rifle of his so now fast forward to September of nineteen forty-three as the US and British forces invaded, the mainland of Italy this time at Salerno while on a scouting party along the Volturno river, Murphy and two other soldiers got ambushed German machine gunfire. Killed one of his comrades one soldier Murphy. And the. Other survivor responded by killing five Germans with hand grenades and machine gunfire. While taking part in the October allied assault on the Germans, what was called the Volturno line. Murphy this company repelled an attack by seven soldiers killing three and taking four prisoner. Murphy was promoted to sergeant on the thirteenth of December nineteen forty-three something consistent through his autobiography to Helen back. Is that Murphy even at some of the worst moments in hand to hand combat. Put the emphasis on taking prisoners and because it was inculcated into him. It was hammered home in the third infantry division that if you bring bring us back alive German, you're probably gonna save ten to twenty American lives. So Murphy took that to heart and one thing about his leadership style from squad leader platoon sergeant to later officer is that he emphasizes in whoever he's in command of the importance of taking prisoners period. And this is a feature throughout the the next year of the the intense ground combat that already Audie Murphy went through January nineteen forty four. He was promoted to staff sergeant he was hop- hospitalized in Naples with malaria, and we probably had malaria contracted malaria on Sicily. But it wasn't diagnosed until the winter of nineteen forty three. Forty four so January of nineteen forty four. He has diagnosed with malaria on twenty one January. He's unable to participate in the Anzio landing because he's in the hospital with malaria, he returns to his platoon on the twenty ninth of January and talk to any any bacteriologist. He's not cured of malaria yet. He's clearly still has malaria, but he goes back to his unit as a staff sergeant on twenty nine January nineteen forty four. He was made a platoon sergeant in the same unit company b the same unit. He came to back in July forty three he returned with the third if three division two and zero where they remained for months. Because that was a horrible operation, and they were stuck under German artillery fire for months and months and months on the second of March nine hundred forty four Murphy and his platoon killed the crew of a passing German tank. They actually pick them off with rifles. He crawled out alone close enough to destroy the tank he received the bronze star with the for valor device. He continued personally leading scouting patrols to take German prisoners before being hospitalized in thirteen March with malaria, so so it's it's late January. He goes into the hospital for malaria, January twenty ninth. He's out, but he's not cured of malaria. February goes by he still has malaria mid March thirteen March he goes back in the hospital with malaria. On the eighth of may his company were all awarded the combat infantryman badge. He was awarded. A bronze oak leaf cluster for his bronze star. Meaning he won a second bronze star. So now after the d day invasions in June of nineteen forty four. There were in August corresponding invasions in southern France. And Audie Murphy was part of those he received the distinguished service. Cross for action taken on the fifteen August on fifteen August of nineteen forty four. This is what happened. Again. Now, he's still platoon. Certain his platoon was making its way through a vineyard when the men were attacked by German soldiers. He retrieved a machine gun he returned fire, the Germans killing two and wounding one two Germans exited a house about one hundred yards away and appeared to surrender. This is one one of the corny scenes from the movie is absolutely true Murphy's best. Friend responded stood up to take their surrender the two Germans shot and killed him. Murphy went crazy. Remember backed with his temper problems. He advanced alone on the house under direct fire. He killed six Germans wounded two. And he took eleven prisoner. So he kills six walks back with eleven prisoners more on Audie Murphy, the untold story right after this. Again, he still has malaria, and he's fighting an infantry war back right after this. Let's catch up on latest from the storms.

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"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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02:11 min | 3 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Went to the bulls children's home a Christian orphanage in Quinlan, Texas after the war. He bought a house in farmville. I eldest sister, Karen. And her husband, the loss of his mother stayed with Murphy throughout his life. A later stated she died when I was sixteen. She had the most beautiful hair I've ever seen. It reached almost to the floor. She rarely talked and always seem to be searching for something. What it was? I don't know. We didn't discuss our feelings back in those days when she passed away. She took something of me with her. It seems I've been searching for it ever since so World War Two breaks out after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. He tried to enlist the army said you're too short. You're too small. We can't use you don't even have uniforms or boots that would fit you. So the army rejects him, the navy rejects him, the Marine Corps rejects and the alternative down for being underweight and underage after his sister. Lied and provided an affidavit that falsified his birthday by year. He was accepted by the US army on June thirtieth nineteen forty two. He went to basic training at camp Walters. He was sent to fort Meade, Maryland or Vance infantry training during basic training. He earned the marksman badge for with rifle and the expert badge with the bayonet component bar. He went to Casablanca in French Morocco in February nineteen forty-three where he joined the third infantry division, which he would serve. Served with for the rest of the war in this case company, b first battalion fifteenth infantry regiment of the third infantry division, he trained under the command of Major General Lucian Truscott who became legendary participated as a platoon messenger because he was a tiny guy when he got to his company they looked at me said that's not an infantryman. That's a tiny guy. You know, what I bet he'd be a really good runner. But Audie Murphy distinguish himself in combat very soon. Audie Murphy from from underweight company message runner to medal of honor. Famous American warrior most decorated American servicemember ever right after this on the dark secret place keeping an eye.

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08:14 min | 3 years ago

"third infantry division" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"What stories are you hearing? Oh, well today was a great interview. I interviewed a World War Two hero. Who is a hundred and three years old? He was born in nineteen fifteen and he was the first guys drafted in the state of Nebraska, and he saw a lot of combat. He fought all the way from North Africa, Sicily up, the boot of Italy, and he was a platoon sergeant which means he's in charge of about forty two men lie. Live and he was in a famous division called the third infantry division. Where Audie Murphy served in. Audie Murphy's the most decorated soldier from World War Two. Right. And this man he was wounded twice. He had multiple bullet wounds, and he's still alive, and he's so active at one hundred and three he drove to South Dakota from Denver just a couple of days ago. It's amazing. How do these people receive you, you know, for a lot of the veterans? This is the first time they're talking about it in seventy five years. So at first they're kind of timid. But once they kind of get to know, me and know that I'm not there to judge them. And I'm just there to learn the most welcoming how amazing and Hello people. Anyone will ever come across in their lives? They're so generous, you'll you'll never meet another generation where every single day of their life has been about other people, you know, from school and the great depression to put food on the table how lying about their age to get him to survey. It's always been about how to help other people. And I just think that every single day I get to spend and look one of these heroes, and there is such a blessing. So tell me reshi do any of these people you say, it's the first time they've spoken about their experience in some cases to any of them get emotional in the court. Of sharing their story. So a law the veterans, you know, as you mentioned, I focus on World War Two combat veterans. I tend to focus a lot of the infantry soldiers, you know, which were the dog face soldiers who actually saw the enemy and lived in a foxhole and for a lot of them. They told me things that they've never told anyone else, and it's an opportunity to get some things off their chest before they pass away. You know, killing people thought that was a really big thing. And it is a big thing. But it seems that what affects the veterans more being their friends killed a lot of them talk about guys who they trained with for years and guys who they become really close to only to get into combat and see them get blown apart or shot right in front of them to really tears apart. When people are shooting at you. It's a lot easier to shoot back, but when you know, someone and, you know, their family, and you know, the kind of person they are and. To see them getting killed that's really terrorism apart and a lot of them. They feel that they can finally share that do they cry when they talk about these things sometimes even the toughest World War Two veteran, sometimes tear up. I've had a few veterans breakdown when talking about losing their friends or having to kill people. Yeah. So what were some of the most amazing things that you have been shown, you know, items that were memorabilia from their experiences. Well, in all honesty, if I just go there really for the interview, I take pictures of the veterans, but some of their belongings logged them picked up souvenirs off of the dead soldiers, whether it be dead, Germans or dead Japanese. They would have pictures one. Very sad story. Can I share that short? Please I interviewed this paratrooper up in Erie, Pennsylvania, very nice, man. And he talked to me about his experiences. He jumped in during the Normandy invasion, and he also made a later jumped in Holland called market garden. Yup. And he was eighteen years old when he was in combat. He was a paratrooper. So he volunteered put himself in that position. But he talked to me about a patrol that. He went on. Squad about twelve guys were walking along and a group of German, ambush them came out of the woods to their right? And he just instinctively he saw a German. He fires and he hit the German in the chest. And he killed him. And that was the first time he had to kill someone and he such a friendly. First thing he wouldn't hurt a fly. You know, this man, but the fact that he had to do that it really tore them up, but the story goes on and some of his buddies wet through that dead German talk it, and you know, they were just looking for cigarettes and things like that. And they came across some pictures, and they just through the pictures and the pictures landed at his feet, and it was a picture of this German soldier the one who had just killed. And he told me the German soldier was about his age about seventeen or eighteen a young kid. Yeah. In the picture. It was a picture of the German soldier with his mother and his little sister. And at that point the veteran looks up to me and says, I know I did just kill an enemy. I sort of person. You know, it was someone a lot of veterans have souvenirs that they picked up like samurai swords or Japanese or why falls the Luger pistol was a really highly sought after item. What you're fighting the Germans. But really the thing that I'm therefore the veteran memories another veteran who's really been impactful him and his twin brother Serbs together, they were in a rifle company and usually brothers were not allowed to stay in the survey. That's right. They were separated during training, but they were so upset because they were so close that they begged their mother to write a letter to the commanding officer at the base and ask the big put in the same year that she gave her probation, and they did that. And they go overseas they fight together. And they were a dynamic duo is what I like to think of them as the two of them received the silver star, which is a nation third highest award for valor. They knocked out four German takes three machine gun nests and four German mortar position all by themselves in a matter of about half hour during the battle of the boat. Hey, truly amazing. And they were both eighteen when they were doing this. And the story goes on the veteran who I interviewed James cribs, and he talked to me about his brother shake and they were running in the field. They came under machine gunfire and his twin brother identical twin his twin. Brother was shocked right in front of him. And he talked to me about what it was like to hold your best friends and your twin brother your arms is going to die. And he was telling me about the kind of things that his brother was telling him, and they were both were and are very religious and the veteran who I interviewed was able to give his last rites that his brother, but right as he finished German sniper shot and killed his brother instantly and think that you know, this man had to go through all that you talk to me about how he lost his face. For a while after that experience and how upset he was at the world, but he eventually regained his face. And it was just such an inspirational story of how you can truly persevere through anything. And if you think you're having a bad day 'cause you're stuck in traffic. You're right. You don't know what you're talking about? And we're so fortunate to have the problems that we have in this country. I just problems that they have elsewhere. That we really need to wake up. Well, you are absolutely amazing. And if you know somebody who's a World War Two hero that you'd like Rishi to interview you can reach him at area code.

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